I am trying to figure out if we are supposed to ay milage when an employee takes a business trip . Do we pay the distance from the office to the airport or fron their home to the airport. They are actually leaving from home.
My husband is a police officer and he has a K-9 Police Dog as his partner. He lives at the house with us and we are reimbursed for the care of the dog while at home.
We were wondering if the mileage to and from work would be a work expense for us because we are now responsible for transporting the K9 Police Dog to and from work since he obviously cannot get there on his own (!). Normally officers are given take-home marked police cruisers for this purpose but we do not have one of these. He takes the dog with him in his personal vehicle. thank you in advance for your help.
I'd like to know if the IRS will compensate me for the mileage on my car. I work as a private investigator. I use my personal vehicle for business purposes. It is used both for personal and business reasons, and it is used for business more than 50 percent of the time. I pay for gas using a company gas card. I never personally pay for gas. I pay for insurance and maintenance on the car. (I also possess receipts for every gas transaction). Considering these factors, will I receive any amount per mile for the miles driven for business purposes, say 12,000 miles? Thank you